an English divine. Goodwin, a native of Suffolk, was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, and proceeded M.A. in 1630. During the First English Civil War he sided with the Parliamentarians, and was appointed one of the 'triers' for Hertfordshire. By an ordinance of the lords and commons, dated 23 April 1645, he became vicar of Watford in that county, in succession to Cornelius Burges, but was ejected for nonconformity in June 1661. He later conformed, and on 4 October 1673 was presented to the rectory of Liston, Essex, by William Clopton, whose daughter Lucy he had married.
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